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Friday, September 26, 2014

HMB's Marilyn Wethekam and Jordan Goodman to Present at 45th Annual COST Meeting

45th Annual Meeting
October 20 - 22, 2014
Westin Diplomat
Hollywood, Florida

Marilyn Wethekam will present a discussion on the sales tax implications of drop shipment transactions at the COST Annual Meeting.

Jordan Goodman will present a discussion on Market Based Sourcing at the annual meeting.

The COST 45th Annual Meeting is a must attend conference for state tax professionals seeking updates on key state and local tax issues and insights regarding state tax trends and opportunities. The COST Annual Meeting offers sessions for every state tax professional and government affairs professionals with tax responsibilities. Attendees will include COST Practitioner Connection subscribers, tax policy and government affairs professionals, and COST members and non-members industry tax professionals. The extensive program will cover all types of state and local taxes that business taxpayers are confronted with today. In addition to the ever popular audit sessions and chamber of commerce roundtables, conference topics will range from income/franchise, property and sales & use taxes to payroll & employment tax and unclaimed property issues.

Please note that all attendees are welcome to attend any session except for the Audit Sessions and Committee Meetings. These sessions, as always, are open to COST industry member professionals only.

General Conference Information -  Click Here 
Preliminary Agenda (As Of August 15, 2014) - Click Here


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